Today people at Vattenfall work following the Scrum methods of agile development. This requires changes in the premises.
A “human sized” IT company, HS Works wants to operate openly both with customers and among colleagues. This is obvious looking at their new offices, too.
According to our experience, in office construction and renovation projects, the client and their designers and inspectors sit on one side of the table and the contractors and the subcontractor settle down opposite them.
Procountor is rapidly increasing the number of its personnel, so they needed new office space with haste. In just a couple of months they were able to occupy an expansion of 460 square metres downstairs of their existing offices.
Tilakarhut designed Serres Oy’s previous office interiors. Thanks to fruitful cooperation, Tilakarhut was invited to revisit when it was time for Serres to move to new premises.
The more there are people taking part in spatial design and construction, the more difficult and slower it is for the project to proceed. A large group of designers does not guarantee a result of higher quality or any way better. Why, then, do renovation projects involve so many people if we know that overcrowding increases costs?
Savings bank Oma Säästöpankki opened new offices in Ideapark near Tampere, Finland, in December 2015. New location accentuates their slogan that promises to be near and present to the customers. The space, in turn, shows that they stand out among the competition.
Successful cooperation with clients who appreciate efficiency and quality – Tilakarhut translates into expertise in spaces of all sizes, banks, business premises, retail stores, shopping centres, public spaces…
Business premises can add value to a company’s operations by removing the obstacles of efficient and effortless work. The premises are designed to strengthen the organization’s culture, values, and strategies. They are attractive to both the personnel and clients.
Modern, effective spatial design nearly always shows the final vision of the premises in 3D images. This is how we do things today, there’s nothing to it. Design programs have advanced in such degree that we can now turn the layout into a 3-dimensional illustration with a push of a button. Reviewing the plan from every possible angle is much easier this way. This opportunity makes design work more confident and efficient.
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